Hiking for Beginners Basic Gear

Hiking for Beginners: Basic Gear

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Check out my previous posts for more information on hiking for beginners. Hiking for Beginners: Basic Info Hiking for Beginners: Basic Clothing Our Very First Hike in Utah Our Very First Hike in Utah Having basic gear while hiking is essential for safety. You will need plenty of food and water, but there are other items to consider adding to …

Hiking for Beginners: Basic Clothing

Hiking for Beginners: Basic Clothing

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Last week I wrote the post Hiking for Beginners: Basic Trail Info to give new hikers a starting point on how to choose a trail. The main factors I look at when choosing a trail are the distance and elevation gain. Knowing those two factors and being able to estimate my hiking rate, I can choose a trail for the …

My Ski Gear

My Ski Gear

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Keith and I had ski gear when we moved to Utah because we actually did ski in Indiana. People in Utah are typically shocked to hear there is skiing in Indiana, although we have ran into a few people who have heard of Perfect North Slopes. We were quite comfortable with our equipment and wanted to learn more about different …

Testing out the DJI Osmo Pocket

Testing out the DJI Osmo Pocket

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As soon as Keith heard about the DJI Osmo Pocket he couldn’t stop telling me about it. The hype surrounding this video camera seemed too good to be true. A powerful camera WITH an integrated GIMBAL that FITS IN the palm of your HAND and can be carried in your pocket?? WHAT?? This is something that I didn’t even know …

What I wear skiing

What I Wear Skiing

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I learned to ski as a teenager in Indiana and remember piling on as many warm clothes as I could possibly put on my body. No wonder I couldn’t ski, I could barely move! As I learned to ski I also learned to choose the right layers for skiing. I mainly figured it out by trial and error years ago …